Kimberly Ware

July 10, 1971 – Sept. 21, 2022

Kimberly Ann Ware blessed this world with her love on July 10, 1971. On Sept. 21, 2022 in her beautiful home in Ivins, Utah, which was her kingdom, Kimberly Ann passed peacefully sleeping beside her husband, who adored Kim-e more than life itself. As her husband, what an honor and privilege to have been beside her during her passing. I pray my wife didn’t feel alone. Heaven has gained an angel that has changed the universe for eternity.

Kim-e Ware was born in Cedar City, Utah, and raised in the Las Vegas metropolitan area. Little did we know every human and fur baby that was ever touched by Kim-e would never be the same again.

Kim-e has a daughter and three beautiful grandsons that were her world. Parents, sister, brother and family that she loved with everything she had. Family is everything to Kim-e. My wife was a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Kim-e was the perfect example of Christlike love, and she didn’t even have to try. Her constant communication and faith in our heavenly father is an example that every man and woman strives to achieve.

Kim-e went straight into cosmetology after graduating high school. She loved her profession. Truth be told, she loved making people feel good and smile. Her smile, laughter and love are the most contagious attributes I have ever experienced in my life. I’m sure countless others can agree.

Kim-e loved giving to the less fortunate. Hair cuts, hygiene kits, food, clothing; but most of all, Kim-e wanted to show them love and kindness without any expectations and tell them they are not alone in this universe. Kim-e grew up in the car club scene in Las Vegas. Kim-e just touched the universe with her smile and unconditional love no matter where she was.

Honestly, I’m at a loss of words. How do you define an angel? We will all truly miss you and until we meet again for an eternity. I love you.

We will be hosting a celebration of life for Kimberly Ann Ware Oct. 15 in Las Vegas at her parents’ home, 1906 Mimosa Cir.

Condolences may be shared on the McMillan Mortuary website.

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